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BCBSA Announces a Major Healthcare Anti-fraud Initiative

On Friday, March 11, 2005 Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association (BCBSA) announced a major healthcare anti-fraud initiative at the National Press Club via live web cast.

By Dan Martino

Twelve Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans filed a lawsuit against nine southern California-based outpatient surgery clinics, seven medical management companies and 34 individuals alleging a massive fraud scheme in which hundreds of patients from across the country underwent unnecessary and sometimes dangerous surgical procedures that resulted in the submission of tens of millions of dollars in fraudulent medical claims. The lawsuit alleges that the scheme, known as "Rent-a-Patient," has resulted in significant financial losses to insurance companies and employee benefit plans since 1999.

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Dan Martino, Acting Chief of the Healthcare Fraud Unit, Federal Bureau of Investigation


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